2015-09-30 • The MIT AgeLab convened the daylong symposium "Life Tomorrow? There's an App for That!" on Sept 30, 2015, to trigger a conversation on how sharing and on-demand companies might serve tomorrow's older... Read more
2014-10-02 • The MIT AgeLab and Transamerica jointly hosted a symposium, Financial Planning in the Shadow of Dementia, exploring the financial challenges facing people with Alzheimer's disease and dementia. The... Read more
2013-11-18 • The entire world is facing the challenge of aging well, and the world is a diverse place. Due to economic and cultural differences, solutions for one region may not make sense in others. But at the... Read more
2013-05-08 • Two simultaneous upheavals are in the process of shaping the future of markets and society: traditional information channels giving way to the Internet, and the steady demographic shift to an older... Read more
2012-10-05 • The demographic transition from a primarily young population to an older one is the most profound socioeconomic factor shaping the future of markets and society. On Oct. 5, 2012, the AARP, in... Read more
Surface transportation is at the intersection of disruptive change. Over the next decade and beyond both disruptive demographics and technologies will impact the design, operation and safety of the... Read more
The MIT AgeLab and The Hartford Advance 50 Team present Shaping Life Tomorrow: A Conversation on the Future of Aging, Business and Innovation. Shaping Life Tomorrow is a forum for business leaders... Read more
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